Wonder Woman (2017)
Hadn't planned to see it, but we did, on Friday night. Short and sweet: it's the best of the modern DC movies. No real cutesy continuity issues to muck things up. Wonder Woman's "origin" isn't really a classic (and not very well known), so this modern spin on things works very well. I think any liberties taken with her "origin" are fine. It has the elements you'd expect: Amazons, Themyscira, Steve Trevor, etc. Very solid, self-contained, superhero movie.
I'm still curious why it was set in World War I, instead of II-- I'm guessing because the comparisons to "Captain America" would've been too obvious in WWII. This is very much DC's Cap, as she's not treated as a joke and carries the whole movie. Wonder Woman's a little bit like Conan meets Cap, in fact.
War Dogs (2016)
Jonah Hill and Some Other Guy as douchebags who get involved in the US military gun-market, circa 2005-2008. Billed as a "comedy", it really isn't. They were shooting for some of the vibe of "Wolf of Wall Street", but it didn't work. As a movie, it's slightly below average, but the "true story" it's based on is pretty interesting.
Still have an hour to go on X-Men: Apocalypse. My opinion so far: you REALLY need a scorecard when you watch these things. Too many damn mutants. Really wish they would've focused on a cast of 5 or 6 X-men, across all the movies.
Little odd that Alex Summers hasn't aged in the supposed 20 years since we saw him in "X-Men: First Class". Ditto for Pietro/Quicksilver, who hasn't aged in the supposed 10 years. I still like Michael Fessbender as Magneto, though.
The 80's references are hella' cheesy. Flock of Seagulls, Eurthymics, Ms. Pac-Man, etc. There's also a fanboy scene as some X-men go to see "Return of the Jedi" and remark: "the third one is always the worst". A shot to "X-Men 3"...but this is also the THIRD movie of the rebooted X-men franchise, so there ya' go.
Like I said, still have about an hour to go, but so far it's been VERY predictable.